Today only: Score 46 percent off a blood pressure monitor with 4K+ five stars

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iHealth blood pressure monitor showing a reading of 111 over 83.
Get this monitor for 46 percent off — today only! (Photo: Amazon)

One of the most common diagnostic tools used at the doctor's office can now be yours at home. Today only, this iHealth blood pressure monitor is available for $27 (that's 46 percent off!). And as we will likely continue to schedule telehealth appointments for the foreseeable future, having one handy will become especially useful.

$27 $50 at Amazon

Simple to use and smarter than ever before, this iHealth wireless two-button blood pressure monitor can be connected to a smartphone or tablet to help users monitor their heart health. The color-coded backlit display screen will illuminate your blood pressure results in green (optimal / normal range), orange (normal-high) or red (high) so you can instantly gauge the results. Plus, the unit will alert you to any heart rhythm disturbances are detected during each reading. Manage and track up to 99 readings on the device itself and unlimited readings via the free app on any smart device.

Woman sitting at a table taking her blood pressure.
Easy two-button operation and smartphone connecting capability. (Photo: Amazon)

Use it right out of the box — this blood pressure monitor comes with four AAA batteries and a 12-month warranty. Nearly 5,000 reviewers give it five stars. One happy customer shares, "My criteria was that the unit must be easy to operate, easy to upload the data and most importantly accurate!" And she found that in this iHealth option.

Another user explains, "Easy to use and read. As someone who has purchased over 10 meters (every single one over twice as costly as this one), let me assure you this is a great meter and value. It was super easy to sync with my phone, has an extra wide cuff, many great features and highly accurate. I've been taking 5 blood pressure medications a day since I was 21 yrs old (now 67) and required to keep my daily readings." With that history, they know a thing or two about these helpful tools.

$27 $50 at Amazon

Whether you're using it to track hypertension, during pregnancy or simply to monitor your body's stats, the iHealth blood pressure monitor is a tremendous bargain. But don't wait — this price will only last 'til midnight!

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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